Hear how Jett Williams finally found out about and fought for her birthright, became a singer/songwriter, Grand Ole Opry regular, motivational speaker and caretaker of her father’s music. Jett was…Read More
Cory and John are hugely popular, multi-award-winning prolific writers of fiction and also non-fiction, with their novels being translated into multiple languages. Join Ruth Copland, Cory and John as they…Read More
Monterey County Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Salinas: 11 a.m. 831-578-2695 Devendorf Park, Carmel: 11 a.m., Ocean Avenue and Junipero Street. 831-624-9941 Monterey City Hall Great Lawn: 2 p.m., free Memorial Day…Read More
The Coastal Watershed Council has launched a campaign to inform residents (who live near the San Lorenzo River) about the importance of getting their sewer lines checked, keeping their gutters…Read More
Barry McCaffrey served in the United States Army for 32 years and retired as a four-star General. At retirement he was the most highly decorated serving General, having been awarded three Purple Heart medals for wounds received in his four combat tours – as well as twice awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, the nation’s second highest award for valor. For five years after leaving the military, Barry McCaffrey served as the nation’s Cabinet Officer in charge of U.S. Drug Policy.